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Trita Parsi

Trita Parsi

Trita Parsi is Executive Vice President of the Quincy Institute and an expert on US-Iranian relations, Iranian foreign politics, and the geopolitics of the Middle East. He is author of "Losing an Enemy - Obama, Iran and the Triumph of Diplomacy"; "A Single Roll of the Dice - Obama's Diplomacy with Iran"; and "Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran, and the United States."


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Biden's Policy Increasingly Looks Like Trump's Middle East Strategy

The U.S. leader is reportedly planning to offer a security pact—similar to the Abraham Accords finalized under his predecessor—to the autocratic regimes in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

Trita Parsi ·


It Was a Game of Hardball and Biden Just Handed It to the Saudi Prince

MBS is playing hardball with the United States, and the White House is just letting him win. Why?

Trita Parsi ·


I Fear War With Iran Is Coming If Nuclear Talks Do Not Succeed

Failure to secure the nuclear deal will very likely lead to unpredictable and possibly uncontrollable escalation.

Trita Parsi ·


Is Russia Trying to Scuttle Iran Nuclear Talks?

Hopefully, the JCPOA can still be salvaged, but questions remain about Moscow's tactics and if the U.S. is willing to see the deal restored.

Trita Parsi ·


Mike Pence Says GOP Will Rip Up Any Nuclear Deal With Iran

Why could Tehran want to sign anything now? To have a likely '24 presidential candidate say this now is a deal killer.

Trita Parsi ·


Threatening War With Iran Won't Save the Nuclear Deal

Prominent hawks are calling on Biden to put military strikes on the table in the JCPOA talks, the latest sign that Washington is allergic to diplomacy.

Trita Parsi ·


For True JCPOA Re-Entry, Biden Must Tear Down Trump's Sanctions Wall

Whether Biden will clear the minefield Trump has left behind will primarily be determined in Washington, not Vienna. It will require both political will and capital.

Tyler Cullis ·


Iran's Refusal to Meet Not Surprising

There is no perfect solution to this imperfect situation. Both sides will have to swallow some pride and pay a political cost.

Trita Parsi ·

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